World Cup 2022: Clashes in Brussels after Morocco beat Belgium

By November 28, 2022News, World News

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Police used water cannon and tear gas to deal with unrest in the centre of Brussels on Sunday following Morocco's 2-0 World Cup win over Belgium in Qatar.
Dozens of football fans smashed shop windows, threw fireworks and torched vehicles.
Police said that around 11 people had been arrested.
Clashes in Brussels after Morocco beat Belgium. Video, 00:00:50
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